Booz Allen Hamilton

Our Difference

Making A Difference

A passion for service, to make a difference—to clients, each other, and their communities. That’s what distinguishes Booz Allen’s people. The same passion that drives them to help clients succeed also drives our people to make a difference to individuals and nonprofit organizations that need help. Reflecting the world’s diversity, our staff come from all walks of life, bringing with them their unique visions and perspectives. They give of their time and talent to better other people’s lives, apply their professional skills to help strengthen organizations and contribute their time to social causes that aid the planet.

Day in and day out, across the firm, our people are serving others… helping the nation’s Wounded Warriors thrive in civilian life, promoting sustainable environmental practices, and engineering systems in remote villages to support economic independence. We are making homes safer and more livable for the elderly, raising money to provide shelter and clothing for victims of domestic violence or natural disasters, and using business skills to help nonprofits build capacity.

Our passion for service. That’s how we make a difference.

Supporting Victims of Domestic Violence

D’Lexis Royce gives her time and energy to the Bay Area Turning Point (BATP) in Houston, TX, a facility for individuals and families who are victims of domestic violence.
 
 

Helping the Nation’s Warriors Adjust to Life after the Service

San Diego-based Tim LaFleur helps the nation’s Wounded Warriors adjust to life after the service.
 

Coordinating Firm-wide Resources to Make an Impact in San Diego Communities

Christina Roc coordinates Booz Allen philanthropic resources to make an impact in San Diego communities.
 

Following a Passion for the Environment

Casey Pierzchala coordinates Booz Allen volunteers at the DC Environmental Film Festival.
 
 

Helping Communities Around the World Become Sustainable

Houston-based Angela Cason serves communities around the world through Engineers Without Borders.